Hello and welcome to the Britannica November newsletter.
We hope the new academic year began successfully and continues to as 2012 approaches!
It has been a busy start to the higher and further education academic year. Here are some of the issues that have caught our attention:
It can be a challenge to keep up with developments in the digital world whilst ensuring your resources are up-to-date, whatever your role!
Britannica wants to make your lives that little bit easier with a digital online resource that provides trustworthy content to support the core subjects studied at higher level and university. Britannica Online Academic Edition
is perfect for in depth research, quick searches and answering just about any question on any topic. It can also be used by teachers/lecturers to add a digital spin to their lessons with a vast collection of multimedia sources.
In other news:
- Check out recently updated Britannica articles. Subjects include:
– Man Booker prize winner Julian Barnes
– British artist Tracey Emin
And many more!
- Keep following us on Twitter and Facebook for interesting facts and topical questions/debates.
- We’ve got some exciting announcements being made in December so look out for next month’s newsletter.
Enjoy the rest of November!